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Voyage through the Bay of Kotor

By |2019-06-04T18:25:20+00:00June 4th, 2019|General, Travel|

One of the most exquisite gifts that Mother Nature has given to Montenegro, among many beautiful hidden beaches, is the Bay of Kotor. It is the only bay on this side of Mediterranean coast that resembles a Norwegian fjord. However, do not let it confuse you. At the very entrance of the bay, it feels like you are entering into some land Far Far Away, just waiting for some nymphs or sirens to jump out of water and salute you. It definitely resembles a dreamy, remote harbor, guarded by the mountains, where the magic happens. Kotor Bay - Our Lady of the Rock and St. Dordje [...]

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My wood works

By |2019-05-22T15:01:14+00:00May 22nd, 2019|General|

If you are wondering what is the perfect souvenir to bring back home that will remind you of Kotor - our wooden ships are the perfect choice. They are entirely handmade, carved out of cherry tree by a man who has dedicated his entire life to perfecting this craft. Both Kotor and the Boka bay region have a centuries long maritime tradition and our ships are the replicas of the ones our captains used to sail on. Each ship tells a different story, so you can chose the one that resonates the most with you,be it a Venetian carraca or some other type of the [...]

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10 phrases you can often hear while in Montenegro

By |2019-05-21T10:33:51+00:00May 9th, 2019|General|

Welcome! You have just arrived in Montenegro and you are ready to explore. You have arrived into the country of cheerful and warm people, delicious smoked ham and cheese, and irresistible wine. It is well known that people from Montenegro are hearty and although we express ourselves through hugging and kissing, we also belong to the group of talkative nations. These phrases bring you closer to the people of Montenegro and they can definitely come in handy during your visit. *the translation of the words is in English in the brackets Ćao! - ( Hi!) – The easiest way to say Hi! and the easiest way [...]

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Cetinje The Old Royal Capital

By |2019-05-21T10:34:02+00:00May 14th, 2018|Travel|

Cetinje & Montenegrin History When we think about the history of Balkan Peninsula, it is hard to believe that country, small as Montenegro managed to survive between the mighty forces like Ottoman Turks, Austria and Venice that were dominating East Adriatic for centuries. Its mountainous and inaccessible terrain, great warriors led by outstanding rulers were the reason why none of these surrounding forces managed to establish real power and control over this small Slavic nation. Not only that we managed to resist, preserving our religion, culture and identity, but we were also recognized at The Congress of Berlin in 1878 as completely independent Principality! Recognition [...]

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Breathtaking Work for Breathtaking View

By |2019-05-21T10:26:19+00:00May 17th, 2016|Travel|

One of the greatest engineering projects in Montenegro from the end of 19th century is the road from Kotor to the village of Njegusi. That was the time, when our coastline was territory of Austro – Hungarian Monarchy and our mountains already enjoyed centuries earned independence. This connection between coast and mountains was extremely important for both sides so they decided to find the most talented engineer who could complete this challenging job. Josip Slade was already well known around as someone skilled in working with inaccessible limestone terrains, so the decision was made. It took five years of carving the steep slopes of Lovcen [...]

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The Story of Perast and Our Lady of the Rock

By |2019-05-21T10:32:32+00:00April 13th, 2015|Travel, Uncategorized|

Only twenty minutes of driving from Kotor, following the coast of Kotor bay there is very picturesque baroque town called Perast. The history of Perast, as the history of entire bay is thousands of years long. But, what defined nowadays Perast is the period from 15th to 18th century. This was the time when the Bay of Kotor was shared between the Ottoman Empire and Venetian republic. Because of its position on the border between these two opponents, Perast became extremely important. The settlers of Perast, protecting Venetian territory, deserved a lot of privileges. One of the most, important was tax free trading on all Venetian [...]

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Montenegro tours

By |2019-05-21T10:31:17+00:00February 23rd, 2015|Travel|

Even if Montenegro is very small country, diversity of its natural beauties and many preserved historical monuments are giving an opportunity to enjoy it in many different ways. There are more than 50 glacial lakes on its North, the deepest canyon in Europe – canyon of Tara river, Bay of Kotor – one of the most beautiful bays in the World, more than 70 km of lovely beaches, untouched rain forests around Biogradsko Lake, bird paradise on the Lake of Skadar that are reminding us how generous the nature was while creating this little part of the World. On the other side, UNSECO-s enlisted town of [...]

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St. Luke’s church in Kotor – Symbol of harmony

By |2019-05-21T10:46:22+00:00January 1st, 2015|Travel|

One of the monuments that visitors like the most, during Kotor Private Tour, is St. Luke’s church. It was built in 1195 and it is one of the best preserved Romanesque buildings in the old town. It is real miracle how it survived all the earthquakes, especially the one in 17th century, when big part of Kotor was destroyed. Also, what makes it special is the fact that for two hundred years it was shared between Orthodox and Catholics. This is why St. Luca's church is symbol of good relations and harmony that still exists in Kotor and entire Montenegro. Miro & Sons [...]

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Christmas Holidays in Kotor

By |2019-05-21T10:30:11+00:00December 29th, 2014|General|

As every year, our old town of Kotor is decorated during Christmas Holidays. This is the photo of the Main Gate that we call Sea Gate since it is facing the seaside of the town. Originally, it was built in 1555 during Venetian period, so this is the 459th time that it is decorated for Christmas. We don't know exactly how these decorations looked like four hundred years ago, but we all like it this year. Hopefully, well preserved monuments and long history of Kotor combined with Christmas decorations will attract the visitors to enjoy the town together with the locals which are ready for New [...]

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The most interesting places in Montenegro – what to see

By |2019-05-21T10:29:29+00:00December 18th, 2014|General|

Let us tell you a little something about a few places not to be missed while in Montenegro. Although it's a small country Montenegro has a lot of beautiful places with great history. So here's the list of the most interesting places in Montenegro: 1. Kotor Kotor is a beautiful UNESCO town, with a charming old town and a bustling harbor. You can climb almost 1500 steps to the fortress over looking the town too. The old Mediterranean port of Kotor is surrounded by fortifications built during the Venetian period. It is located on the Bay of Kotor (Boka Kotorska), one of the most indented parts [...]

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